Attention: Money 101 will no longer be available after May 31, 2021. After that time the Enrich financial literacy tool will be available at moving forward.

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Money 101 Rewards Program

The Money 101 Rewards Program has been phased out

Due to budgetary requirements and administrative oversight that comes with the Rewards Program, has been phased out.

  • As of October 31, 2012, we no longer award points, and the September 2012 scholarship was our last monthly scholarship drawing.
  • The 2013 Annual Scholarship Drawing was November 30, 2012.
  • Rewards offered by our partner organizations continued to be offered through November 30, 2012.


The Money 101 rewards program offers registered users an incentive to learn more about personal finance and the importance of education beyond high school.

We hope to return to the reward program if funds become available.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

Recent Winners

  • Saba Imani

    • September 2012 Winner - $500 Scholarship
    • University of Oklahoma - Freshman
    Saba Imani

    To me, higher education is everything. I believe pursuing a college degree will only broaden my horizons, give me a new perspective, help me become a more well-rounded person, and allow me to reach my dreams. Therefore, I am very grateful for this opportunity and this scholarship as I know that it will help me out with financing and paying for my college education. A higher education will positively impact my financial future because it will enable me to get a degree and have a good job which will then enable me to be financially independent and live comfortably. Education cents helped me learn a lot about money, saving money, and spending it wisely. I appreciate the lessons on this website very much! Thank you!


  • Ethan Morfitt

    • April 2012 Winner - $500 Scholarship
    • University of Wyoming - Freshman
    Ethan Morfitt

    I believe higher education is important in order to achieve my goals. It is essential to have an edge in the job market that sets a person apart from the other applicants. Higher education will do that and more. Studies have shown that the more education a person has the greater the employablity and the financial future. The education cents program is a program that provides practical information and lessons to utilize now and in the future. The lessons help a young person gain greater knowledge about finances and how to manage money for college. It is awesome! I have learned so much. Thank you!!!


  • Dawnna Nieto

    • March 2012 Winner - $500 Scholarship
    • Front Range Community College - Sophmore
    Dawnna Nieto

    Higher Education is important because it opens the doors to endless opportunities with better financial stability for the future. The Education Cents program is an excellent tool to help people understand and overcome their personal issues with finances.


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